In North Korea, after years of imprisonment was released three pastors

Three American evangelists who were imprisoned in North Korea for years, now on my way home. About this in his Twitter wrote this morning, President Donald trump, according to 316news with reference to the Christian Today.

“I am pleased to inform you that Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in the air, and already on the way back from North Korea with three remarkable gentlemen,” wrote the President.

It was reported that the pastors Kim Dong-Chul, Kim, and Hack sung and Kim sang Duk has been in a difficult position.

They are released because President trump is preparing for a historic meeting with Kim Jong-Young later this month. Trump also said in his tweet that Pompeo had another “good meeting” and that is already a date and place for the meeting between the two heads of state established.

Three Christian spent a year in prison and three years in North Korea, and two of them have previously worked in a private University in the capital of the country.

The Pyongyang University of science and technology (PUST) consists mainly of Christian professors, who are forced to keep their faith secret because of the severe restrictions and dictatorship in the realm of religious preference.

Professor Kim HAK-song Kim sang Duk was arrested in may last year and was accused of “hostile” acts against the government. Kim Dong-Chul was arrested in 2015.


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